Risk Tip # 10 – Post Event Analysis

Risk Tip # 10 – Post Event Analysis “We learn from history that we do not learn from history.”  Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel No matter how well an organisation manages risk, there will still be occasions where incidents occur i.e. risks are realised.  In organisations without a well-structured risk management program, these events will likely […]

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Risk Tip # 9 – Describing Risk Treatments

I love reading risks treatments in risk registers – they are always so descriptive.  Some of the treatments I have taken from risk registers over time are shown below: better communication; training in contract management; rolling fraud audit program; additional physical security; more management oversight and action; better change management; and/or recruit additional staff. increased […]

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Another Honour for Janine

In my previous newsletter I mentioned that NZ Police, under the stewardship of Janine Foster had received the: Excellence in developing capability in Risk Management award at the New Zealand Risk Management Awards. Janine joins Emma Johnston (2015) and Emilio Van Doorn (2016) as winners of the award who have attended a course through Paladin […]

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What a load of rubbish

Hear my interview on Canberra’s 2CC about business continuity. The ACT garbage truck dispute is causing a bit of a stink. But the real issue is not necessarily about the industrial dispute itself, it’s more about the ACT Government’s response to the disrupted service that’s the more interesting aspect to this smelly saga. One thing […]

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